The Latest: Cavs avoid elimination, beat Warriors 137-116

Many who arrived at Quicken Loans Arena for Game 4 of the NBA Finals Friday night expected to see history. With the Golden State Warriors holding a 3-0 lead in this best-of-seven series — and carrying a pristine 15-0 record in these playoffs — it was hard to find anyone, even here in Northeast Ohio, who expected the Cleveland Cavaliers to find a way to send this series back to the Bay Area for Game 5.

The game delivered history — but not the type we expected. The hot-shooting Cavaliers took permanent pen to the NBA Finals record books in a 137-116 win in a game that had absolutely everything — good, bad and otherwise.

Now the series will shift back to Oakland for Game 5 Monday night, and it will take the entirety of the weekend to sort out what happened in this one. Oh, and this: The Warriors return home in the same position they were a year ago against Cleveland — holding a 3-1 lead.

“We have championship DNA as well, and we showed that tonight,” said LeBron James, who authored his ninth career NBA Finals triple-double with 31 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. “It’s one game, and it’s going to be

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